Post # 1
I’ve been struggling with my centerpieces. There are way too many ideas out there and I keep changing my mind! Here’s what I have decided so far. I’ve attached a few pictures so you get the ideas that I’m trying to go with.
Our rectangular tables will be set up as three in a row. The tables will alternate between a long row of various sized cylinder vases covered in patterned and plain vellum paper and black rectangular wooden boxes. The boxes will either contain white assorted flowers, wheatgrass, or green apples.
Do you think this goes well together? And is it enough or too much?
Post # 3
I think that could be really pretty! Just make sure the patterned vases somewhat match the black boxes and whatever fills them. There might be too many patterns/ideas going on otherwise.
Post # 4
I like it! You could also add some type of simple candle centerpiece on the middle table and just have the more elaborate ones on the end tables (of the three in a row). And, to save money, you could even alternate and do candles on the end tables with the elaborate centerpieces in the middle. Do every other row of tables each way….
Love your colors! 🙂
Post # 5
Here’s a wedding that used the wheat grass in boxes and then colored flowers.
I like the idea of a variety of things. Try a mock up on your dining room table, even with some construction paper (to get the color block of the grass) or regular glasses (to stand in for the votives). At least then you can get a visualisation of the ideas you are trying to put together.
Post # 6
I have that picture saved for our center pieces too!